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on Mar 10, 2010 in Press Release
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DR Systems will be exhibiting its new Unity v-Series Web PACS at RSNA 2010. The v-Series includes RIS, CVIS, PACS, and reporting applications that are both modular and virtualized. The firm will also be demonstrating viewing capabilities on mobile devices.
DR Systems will be exhibiting at Booth 3413 in the South Building, Hall A from Sunday, Nov. 28 to Thursday, Dec. 2.
What does DR System v-Series Web PACS offers:
- Standalone RIS, CVIS, PACS and Reporting modules. The feature rich Unity platform is now offered as standalone modules able to interface with other 3rd party HIS, RIS, PACS platforms.
- Vendor-neutral, unified worklist for workflow driven by a radiology information system (RIS), cardiovascular information system (CVIS), or PACS. Allows reading Physicians to access multiple disparate image repositories from a single DR Systems Unity workstation utilizing a single automated, unified worklist.
- v-Series RIS, CVIS, PACS and Reporting virtualization. Reduce the number of dedicated application servers to lower hardware and operating costs, and service interruptions. DR Systems’ virtualization offerings utilize award-winning technology from Vmware of Palo Alto, Calif.
- Digital archiving. v-Series customers can back-up their data without investing in their own dedicated remote data centers, by contracting with DR Systems to store their data.
- Image and Results viewing on mobile devices. Demonstration of v-Series capability to view medical images and diagnostic results on iPad, iPhone, and Android devices.
- Migration-free replacement PACS. v-Series technology allows organizations to replace their legacy PACS while postponing data migration from their aging system, by querying and retrieving data from the legacy archive. Many healthcare organizations resisted replacing their legacy PACS even though it no longer meets their needs, because of the expense and inconvenience of migrating data from the legacy system to a new PACS.
DR Systems developed v-Series to serve a changed landscape in healthcare IT. Many organizations now prefer to subscribe to medical software applications rather than purchase the applications outright. Subscribing to DR Systems’ v-Series modular applications is a lower cost alternative to a conventional capital purchase.
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